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and the other is part of the fourth massachusetts regiment. that in theng shadows of world war ii, and and the dawn of the cold war, when some at home hoped the united states would turn inward, churchill looked outward again and across the atlantic. he traveled to the heartland of our country to a tiny college in fulton, missouri and he spoke of america's awe-inspiring accountability to the future. with so many challenges, all across the world today, struggles to be one, pandemics to be defeated, history yet to be defined, churchill can be heard once again at this dust -- with this bust for all of us to define our time in a manner befitting of a country that still stands, as he said then, at the pinnacle of power. that went essential british subject and statesman upon whom president kennedy, as we learned from the speaker, conferred american citizenship, help define the relationship, the special relationship between the united states and the united kingdom. more than that, he understood that even the greatest patriots are not just citizens of their own countries but citizens of th
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